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Identifying Research Priorities on Gambling Related Harms: A Rapid Evidence Assessment for Action Against Gambling Harms

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Identifying Research Priorities on Gambling Related Harms : A Rapid Evidence Assessment for Action Against Gambling Harms. / Hesketh, Rachel; Moxham Hall, Vivienne; Norrie, Caroline; Strang, Lucy; Wilkinson, Benedict.

London : The Policy Institute at King's, 2021. 56 p.

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Hesketh, R, Moxham Hall, V, Norrie, C, Strang, L & Wilkinson, B 2021, Identifying Research Priorities on Gambling Related Harms: A Rapid Evidence Assessment for Action Against Gambling Harms. The Policy Institute at King's, London.

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Hesketh, R., Moxham Hall, V., Norrie, C., Strang, L., & Wilkinson, B. (2021). Identifying Research Priorities on Gambling Related Harms: A Rapid Evidence Assessment for Action Against Gambling Harms. The Policy Institute at King's.

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Hesketh R, Moxham Hall V, Norrie C, Strang L, Wilkinson B. Identifying Research Priorities on Gambling Related Harms: A Rapid Evidence Assessment for Action Against Gambling Harms. London: The Policy Institute at King's, 2021. 56 p.

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Hesketh, Rachel ; Moxham Hall, Vivienne ; Norrie, Caroline ; Strang, Lucy ; Wilkinson, Benedict. / Identifying Research Priorities on Gambling Related Harms : A Rapid Evidence Assessment for Action Against Gambling Harms. London : The Policy Institute at King's, 2021. 56 p.

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